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images from Jorge Candeias
This is a crop of one of the photos in the Yahoo slideshow, depicting a number of unidentified Korean flags (UFE). The one that's more clear looks a lot like one of those city flags we've seen in the past around the list: a logo with lettering below. I can't make out the lettering, but I'm attaching as well my interpretation of the rest of the flag, maybe it'll help identifying it. I'm not too confident, but anything's possible.
Above and behind this flag, there's another one in the same style, and this looks like something I've seen before.
In front of the "main UFE", there's a flag that looks square, red with yellow writing and a thin black border all around. Nothing like any other South Korean flag I've seen before.
Below this one, there's another LOB, with a big and complex logo in the center and what looks like small writing below. Again, purely UFE, as far as I'm concerned.
Finally, the green flag, also, UFE-ish and incomplete.
The clippings show as a interesting object, a white flag with a narrow black stripe along the bottom and three rows of Korean writing.
Another cropping is even less interesting, showing a
"logo on a bedsheet" (LOB) flag, again sharing some similarities with Kangnung but too folded to tell, and a red LOB flag on the background, partially hidden by the first, and therefore just as UFE-ish as this one.
Jorge Candeias, 18-19 March 2003